Study Finds 98% of Disputes in Muslim Households Are Over Prayer Timetable

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Study Finds 98% of Disputes in Muslim Households Are Over Prayer Timetable

A recent study reveals that 98% of domestic disputes in Muslim households are caused by prayer timetables affixed to the refrigerator door.

Family counselors typically find a spike in cases around Ramadan, as the precise point to open the fast becomes a hot topic for many in the community.

“The mosque sponsored prayer schedules commonly found in Muslim kitchens serves as the flash point for heated disagreements and tension between members of the family,” says marriage counselor Aisha Khalil.

“Usually it’s the person that brings the timetable home that has to defend the method of calculations being used said schedule versus everyone else.”

Area husband and father Jamal Beydoun thinks the timetable in his kitchen is part of a greater conspiracy to send him to hell. “How do they expect me to believe that it’s sunset when my BROWN a** can go outside right now and get sunburned in 2 seconds?!?”

Make sure to pray on time and follow @islamicanews on Instagram for some scheduled comic relief.

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